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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta UL tJDITtD "INO" Oftk. on. 1224. Phone 774. "What tlloiish thy scwl shnulhl fall by UK- waysbd? 'And Mir binlx'.siifilrli tlie luirils ant Or tlicy may hear it far across 'Ihe 'I'd jvivr ricli han'c.u.l, after lliou art clcad.V V. ..McMillfii, IVA'., lias re-j tllrmvl from an os'lcnded vacation, spent In tilt cast. A goodly numhl'r were in attend- ance ut tin; League, last evtm- four new ijiejiiljel'i; were rc- ceivc'd, Tlu> topic. "Jesus, Hie was-taken hy Mr. A trio liy Messrs. Kiuer, liaillie. and Kress and solo by Miss C. Mat- srin rendered and were much enjoyed. A Uiiininagc Kale will be held on October 1'Mli at the Miners' Hall, North I.utllbcidge, under the jiuspiccs of the Missionary Auxiliaries ol Wes- Westminster eiiurchcs. The ladies solicit liberal contrilm- I lions in all articles .suitable'lor such a sale. OUawn. may be left with spend three T. p v, months the igucst of', lie'ri sister; Mrs.! W.- F. IJalI, .Seventh .Un. Miss anil Clarence Eers of are l'be guests of Mrs. Robert Frecj 1'rcss. j W. A. Warm arrived in city. The missionary meeting Ilie First llnptlst chnrcli will lie ;ad- dresiicd by Mr', 'W. t! .Senior, of'To- Miss Janet Thompson, In- of C'al- MISI. Thompson is thoroughly con- versant u-ith the missionary prob- lem, having spent ilie past ten years in .'.nilix, anil her message will hi! of special interest to all ladies. Senior Is a strong speaker and IMS address and personality an; al- ways pleasing. His message, will .lie of special interest lo men. I.V spoilt a good deal of time in work with anil for men aiul knows how to present his message. The service will commence ai. 8 and a Very liearl.; invitation is extended .to.nny and all to come. GOVERNMENT TODAY to ami' Mrs. Karu mul daughter; Ijela. llerlin. are, in the city, the of Mr. and K- 'the Hospital Aid will hold their annual meeting luuionrow (Sat- at four o'clock, at the home. The men'iierx of -Si. choir are to aU.eml rehearsal to- morrow (.Saturday) wei o'clock. Fetlerly, M'rs'.'W. .1. Alexander or Jlrs. A. A. Lvlie. A I'antiy Sale wilL'he held on Sat ti'rdav. 'JSth, under the am 01 Kno elniicb 1 idlts fn "ill sintd md home-made itc on sale. The ifiiu wi'l h held uj tin. bisLiiiLnl ot ch Hh i ftiiss ol luteenlh m nut iMJ.1 hji lo to it lead out of the s mosl iashion iblt iteddingv n 'th'n iiii Dial will be week.. The .hride- iliet Miss I infbt 11 mill diughUi -yiiMVs 1) I lludiujinil the irrpom to he, us Mi loncs mm iper of one of bmks it High A pleasant liomc wedding took place October I'j' at the brfile's Mabel Barker, daughter of George A. Hurlcer, of Ctriinuin, formerly oi Ouclph, (Int., was united in marriage to Arthur Kwlil, only son oi D.1 E.- Ritdd. of Oiiflplr) Rev' S. E'.'Mj'r- sllall, U.D., oi Central Methodist church, Calgary, a former pastor, I, eight the The happy j couple left for Winnipeg and the cast on the evening train. Tahcr A. Sunilal, vciLtuj of tin. I ibu One of the leading events in the social calendar for the week wus the given by Mrs. Dull Uist eveii- lor her granddaughter, Miss Fane mil Miss Inutile l-lardie. The game was played -at iliue ables, tho trophies heiiig won by Jiss Vroomaii and Mr. Street, while Tiss'MeC'an.sland and Mr. Henderson iceived the consolations; IJnif ivas wearintr a strikingly handsome black silk gown with ly face trimmings. Her daughters, .Mrs. SUu'nes ami Mrs. II. Wilson assisted the host- ess, Mrs. Stamps beautifully gowned in'.-gr'ay'sn.iin, adoraeii with pearl, and Mrs. Wilson robed in pule blue Ottawa, Wilfrid l.nurler who on July II. 1800, took the oalh of office, at throe o'clock today, after over fifteen years of power, placed the resignation of himself and his minis- ters Into'the hands of Ills Excellency Karl Grey, fib administration IIIH now ceased to exist and 'It. Borclen bus. been called upon to form a gov- (Srhment. The make-up of his cabinet, It IE expected, will be known by Mon- when1 the now ministers will be swo'rn In. The last meotlng or the cabinet, council of tho l.aurler admin- istration convened at cloven o'clock this morning with practically all the ministers, in attendance. They coiltln- iied in session until one o'clock. Short- ly alter ministers dispersed Sir drove down to gov- ernment libuse and handed in the re- POLICE COURT ciiclie. slgnatious of tho membery of the de- 'eated government to his Excellency, ove- Blirl Gre-v- .Hie majority of tile prospective cab- inet ministers saw II. L. lioruun bin-, residence this morning but the finishing touches will not be put on the cabinet Crainiiig for a day .or two. Definite docision a-j lo the represent- ative from British Columbia has not yet been, it is. said. The usual coiujluiqerallon wore prenmit to greet the magistrate when police court opened this morning Clabrlel Klgldol, wno last night claim ert to be a close relation or IIem-1 anil who accordingly fyve' name Unb-.Iel soaked the unual which he will pay In a few days. Wm. IloK'ard. of the colored ony. went on a lint last night, an In tire vicinity ..of Third was .aided In'his wild car- OIIMI by a lady rnldlng lu the vlcln- Moward was iocked up. and thia the court for about tha sly-tenth tljniav.'thls season. Ten and cosu wie Wand-ed- out, and it la work .out ten by doing thirty days i the clink. William Casey blew in last, night from the other aide. He was found to be rather of loose change and th's police how he managed'to elude the Ihorltles at Ilie line In mmigration au- As his stock Whether you buy Blue Ribbon Tea, Blue Ribbon Coffee or Blue Bibbon Baking Powder, our refund offer is just the same. If you are not fullj satisfied after a you may return what. Is left and receh, your money from thejSrroceY. Wo could, npi afford to roakealils genera! qrfer It we did not know Ihsl Blue Ribbon goods are'pure, wholesome and superior to other brands. society ind i mi mber of i'lam- nier 'Mindil Lind o leit on Monday for liis former home at Dell Kanids, .South and will he absent a month. Mr. .Sundiil is to he one of Miss Fane was girlishly preity iti white lingerie veiling jiale green silk; Miss Hardie looked decidedly ivell in muuvc satin, with bend Among tlie out of town guests were Mrs. 'Murphy, Winnipeg, lovely in her wedding robe white sa'tin Miss ITnrstone. .Winnipeg, in becoming pink- satin Miss lielcher, IMmonton, uivy Hue mounted on red" silk; and Miss McCausland, St. Tliomas, pret- ty in blue satin with silver, touches. CUSTOMS OFFICIALS DIDN'T PROSECUTE MAKKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, ...Oct. opened S9 1-4.-closed Nov. opened 98 closed 98 (-8; Dec. opened'DC J-4. clos-' trade when searched was only 9 with a dope pipe, and a gfcner- ons supply of hoji thrown In, he mis ilecfded to he a good ease for the immigration, department, and will be held pending" their decision. A couple of bllKs run in by tire i police some lime ago, are still be- ing held awaiting the coming of their 'Hay.' u......'our years in the [As Klllain entered a plea of not gull- penrtrntiary was the sentence passed i If and -no was offered by, .ludgo Choquet yesterday afternoon against him was dropped the two men, .Joseph Cardinal noil Paul Oervis, for thw-hold-up nrac- tice on Mount, llpyal Park. Their (TIDAL WAVE DOES uethod had li'Slna, Sask.. Oct. Kil- -the Belgian arrested yesterday a charge of smuBglinB diamonds, vas discharged In iralie'e court lo- When the case canie up It 3E SENT THEM TO '.Montiaal, Oct. to_pose as detectiv-1 bold people up for a supposed A smart social affiair yesterday was the handkerchief -honor of Miss lanthe 1-laniie; 'wh'ich' claimed .Mrs: W. Sealle as hostess. The drawing and diliing rooms were. hanced profusion flu pmcipils HI in inteusting event whim is to Uke Cilice it his former in jsoumhcr. piak 1'ier Piljatx s 1 eligi un The 01 'ttorlh I nuM Hst mil drew un piogl in' for UK two t 1 1 fcsd-rv will be i lit ei'in wj'jl read ami .the following Tuesday will in charge of Mr Madison, of -citizenship depart- ment, home 01 e linii. fs miinige Miss Cla- im ttlimls 01 Hill RapnK I he coi p'e i ill ictnrn to liliej. lor i slid timi in liter tin leuu on HI trip tililoinia relnining some time I in nn when thei Kill tike i thur litre carnulions iMVb Seatle was very winsome iri This il-'xcecdingh- Mardie was picture, :iu black satin, with mauve pipings. Mrs..p. and.Jlrs. W. Robinson did the honors at pour ing !ea and .cutting the ices. Jlrs. X.iisun'Ui was very chnrinln, gowned in old rose crepe veiled hat IT Ross nianagor of- tlie Nest stow. Colcnuui, amp-Mrs. E. of were 1113 yesterday 'ailernoon wif-li tliR Mi Vib iliy 1 ho ceremony WHS (juieUy performed: at SI h Pipshjlenan manse Mr. and Mrs. ROKS left tq sppnd fclieiu hpneyinofjii at. "fiaiiR and on re- turn will rosiifi; in Colemah, "Xlta, Alls IT Dnurti r nt honi ipinnlh lor first limn this season at. i, n Inge numbers look" th oppoiirt..iin.ity io call .and wolcome Mrs PI mil ch unnnL, daughter ivlio have jusi, recently returned fron ahi i id Pmu inri jjink carna lioni Icni ihri luilnarice and per fuiDt- In UK -s-jiieifMS looms Afrs Douqji is nohh gouned in jChampngne sfllk with rose incdallions pipings. bs Ilnuiat wort T gown 01 L'.'blne sflk, with toiiclies of :SoU only, ScleeliMi UM! 'iltiBB 4tmt'in ywar Wn Home. -at rttta Bimne flnMe ItiM co-fcul.bit of larHk tut ApfxunKimltki your .fft'mnit or itnrl yolt tmril UlISS V. O'CONNOR Acadia Blk., Lethbrldgt The of St. Cy- chunili an attendance of' eleven, ai. the home of Mrs. Mc- Lean, ycs'jerdav aitcrnoon. Jhc K is profitibh ?pcnt in sewing social intercourse. The hostess served refreshments and was assisleil Mrs. Fleetwood and Mrs. The nis.U meeting will be (he monthly business meeting and will be held at 'tile- church on Thursday after- noon Of Unco, o'clock. All members are, as'fred to make a point of attend- ing, and an invitation to attend is extended to every I'ady ol the cbn- gra.r; chilYpn.i a 'large eompietiny her costume. RohlnSflji ivqre.a.modish crcain serge green velonr hat; Persian trimming. Miss Helen Meu-lmrn in -white linr 5erie, and Miss IJiitlr Freeman, iu brmvn were graceful ilining rooift Those hidden .Jlss'dames Wil- Aniler.snn, Ives, llardie, Wliit- Robinson, Hlafford, Nat- imith aim' the Misses l-rardic" J'Mow- iiirn, H'eleher '-Freeman; Inrslone .McLcod, Pntlci on. ;Viinc Patiesoiv, Vroonian and Gilmour. .May opened 10] 3-8, closed 101; May ..opened. 100 3--I, .closed i'OH 3-4; Oct. opened J3 clcjeil Dee. .opened 31) closed S-i; Jlay .opened'.43, closed -13; Flax, Oc.t, Qlosed.228-; Xo. 4 closed 219. Winnipeg cash Nror. 100 3--I i. .2 Nor. .87'3-4; 3 N'or. nil; -I Nor. Nor. 92't-S; (i Nor. 8C; closed'l Nor. .100 .3-1; 2'Nor. 97 3-4; 3 Nor. 95; 4 Nor. 92 Nor. 86; (i Nor. SO. li'ceil .72; 2 "Feed..07; Oats 2 t'i; 8 C.W. ,40.8-4; ex. 1 Feed 40 3-4; 2 Feed 72; 4, 61; Feei! so. Americap. Msrkets opened 1-4, closed 108 opened 113 1-4, closed 113 1-S._ opened 98, closed ,98; Hay opened 103' 7-S; July! opened 100 1-4, cjfl'sed STEAMER STRANDED ON. SAND BANK Port Arthur, Oct. steamer Corimna'of the Canadian Lake Line, was stranded this niorn- at off the Welcome Isliurfs, en miles from Port Arth.ur and; Is now lying dry on a sand k with th-a stern in t-3n fee-t ot water. She does not appear to he badly damaged and-tlie Canadian Tow- ng and Wrecking, Company have jone to her l'3lief. The Comma, was coining here from 'Monti'eal, with a nil cargo' of .package freight. Her captain Is W. L. .MaoKay. and promisinE to .release Against them. Antonio vjcted of st'eaii i had been proved re; who was con- TREMENDOUS' DAMAGE Nogales, Ariz., Oct. coast of Sonora, Mexico, liae lieea swept hy a tidal wave. No details are at nand hut it is reported that Ilie towns of Gnaynias and HUBtained tremendous damage. Many boats ig furs from Norman- along the coast.are "lost. Ite din CX valued at J400, was sentenc- niosi lo reiiorts, all wires down south COMPLAINS ABOUT THE R. .1. .Moffatt, pMprietor of the .Mof i fat Gardens iu the southeast part of the city culled it The Herald of f He states" Stret is in a. very bad cpndi- tion, and that no dangor signals' being placed on the ditches he-, ng dug for the there Several peopke hate hid en from benous accidents on thin account. That part of the city is; being built up ciuicklj and therp J are over one hundred people luingi- of Grace Street. They bellvve bat they are entitled to more sideration from the council than they. getting in thte way 'of and electric light, One thing par: larly which they desire is a side walk to London Road so that they v vo.uld have sidewalk connection with1 ed to three years In tne penitentiary. there and, no details' available. 'the main part'of thc'clty Bay Company Our Week-end Sale is now, un insUtution find looked' toi io by all pQono'niic The i'ioms below represent -only a ol ilio many bargains to be found tbcn o.u sale. Dent's Famous Gloves, per pair 95c Olie special feature of our Sale and of great interest to the Ladies of Lethbridge is our unprecedented offer of Kid and Suede Gloves, Dent's own hiilke in black, navy, ian, grey, fawn and white. They come in all sizes from i> 1-2 to 7 1-2. A complete range In all coloi-i. These win certmnlv be snapped up quickly and we advise an early selection. On Friday and. Saturday we offer regu- lar prices, and ?i.75, these all ht one price, per 55c LONG SHOTS WON IMPERIAL PRODUCE PLATE Scores of visitors greeted M itanlcy Kirk-ham, .'yesterday aiter- oon, at her post-nuptial reception; hen she recciyed with Mrs. T. p; irkliam. The drawing rooms were eitcctivuKj with -palms, ferns, and nantities nf red carnations', while a leery graia lire diffused its pleasant; Tbu girlish bride was lovely in heii ndiin.e: rolie of ivory duchesse satin fraiac, with tunic eltect Of bcbe iKh lace. i Mrs. T. F. Kirkhnni wore very be? ming black satin, wilh tonclies ilil corsage bouquet of cat Kempton Eng., Oct. Imperial Produce Plate for two-year- olds run here today, over six furlongs, worth three thousand sovereigns, and one-of-the most important two-year- old races or tJio season, resulted in the defeat of some of the most fancied colts of the year. .Miss Knox Goer's F'ruition, S io 1, was first; L. Nt-u- mann's; Jaeger. G; to 1, second, and L. De Rothaehild's Lorenzo, 100 to 7, third. CURTAIL WINTER SERVICE TO CANADA Men's Unshrinkable and t Hats and Trimmings A good in dilTerenl; lines of and Triminiiigs hasvo come in. One .Quality, the highest at, Uie price; one (trice, lowest for tlie quality. LA. varied selfoction from upwards Special Saturday at C A. COOKSLEW 'Oct. -recent ad- vance In trans-Atlantic shipping rales of "naVing proved iiiBllfficiently compen Wting to transpbrtaiiori in uvlew oC the advance in wages follow- .Mrs. in a the'strike, the ship owners pro- g costume, ol-.Paisley, veiled to llle wlnteC uc.rvice ion, and larger- -black velvet hat 111 illumes, led the-guests into the dining rnom. .Mrs-. McKilloii poured lea and Mrs'. I. liawdcn cut Ilie ices lit'the Tproilio. Ocl. Sylvester Moy- traclivcly appointeil-'table, which was ''er, .formerly a manufacturer, of Pres- centred wilh lovely, and E. .1. Lovelace, formerly inun.s', in A high cut glass vase rest--master ai. SI. Catharines, who ran in COME WEST TO LIVE mirror, gnrlanded with' ing oli simMa.v. Mrs. McKillop had donned some hlack silk, veiled iir iiel, South Waterloo and. Lincoln rtspect- Thick, Heavy Weight, Elastic Rib, real Scotch 'Lamb's' Wool, fleece lined, heavy weight striped underwear. Vesl and Drawers; not-every size in every Hue, hut all sizes "are represented in this collection. Many sold and some as high as but on Friday and Saturday we clear the whole :lot at per garment. Children's Overall Pinafores .Made from strong, navy and white spotted fast color Print, well cut, roomy and strongly made. Sixes for from -l' to 10 years.' These wove regular from 75c to 90c; on Friday and Snt- urday' we clear them up at GOLDEN 1-2 gallons Friday and Eatur Honeycomb Shawls A grand assortment in grey, pink, sky, cardfn- al'niid White, ateo a Tew fancy cream slightly soil- ed, th lit were regular on Friday Saturday all one price............., Grocery Specials Our Special Offer In this department represents grear. ynvings for economic buyers on Friday mid Satur- day. SYRUP regiilttr 7Sc. day....... 60 C PEARS [n gnllon tins, regnl-ir 60c; on Friday and featur TETLEY'S TEA in bulk, regular Sac pound on Friday find Satur .day, per found fiwG STRAWBERRY PRESERVES In jars, regular 25c per jar on Satur White Marcella Bed Spreads Extra heavy weight. Bet! Spreads in white Marcella., very fine sli ihaL were regular 51.50 and The size is 72 x 00 les, -and for our Weeh-End Sale wo are offering- n at.................................. I U Comfortable Slippers will be sold for 25c Women'i Slack Felt -Slippers, a sfroiij; coin fortable shoe for nonse wear; special val- ue for FrUiHy and Saturday, per pair Girls' Plain Felt Slippers, with strong -.solid [eal.lier soles; an Iwrgflin, per t imir Women'i Plain Felt Slippers, solid leatiier solesi worth at least double the price, par jiair ...-i....................... 45c ieatiier 75c Men's Comfortable Slippers, handsomel ven with good leather soles, a great -Boys' Oxfords and Blucher boots, these lire snap; they were to only size -J, 4 1-2'jiiul T> In stock, on Friday 4 iind Siiturdiiy only per niilr.........9 Men'i Patent Bluchcrai gohwhea with kid tops :i very -j in art. dressy boot; sixes 6 tfO QC 1-2 to 10; don't miss these rely in tlio Liberal interests nt the I recunl federal left. todny forj -In nil probability both will reside in winch she wore ;i pretty black hat. Hawdi .1 W. Hijwden wearing tiiniiiiiir gown of black nirion nioiintr if on Rh-nn silk, hPanlifiMly trimmcil with piiSKeninntcrio Mrs. Nnrman I'cat, sraccfully gown- ed in green satin ami large while and blank Miss Maobelh in n mo- lish tan coRlmrw and rose vnlvct- osno, aiiri Miss Murray in pink 'mar- jiiiseltp, oviii1 a-'nre-sden silk lonndn- antl li'jil, with njnlc deft difiiiiR room l.illli1 ISofrifcui, frockt-d in hfiie rihicms, made a weet. floor atifftdaut. At, fialt la at. night reprfjcntative Liberals presented Or. Moyer with an nppropriaie ailrlross and a gold watch and chain, besidf-s giving Mrs. Moyer -.1 handsome brooch. INCREASED THE MAJORITY CohoiiVK, Of.i. West N'ortli- umberland rocount itioreaicd the ma- jority'of f'. A.'Mimson, Conservative, from four io aix. Hudson (N.V.) brewei'y, workers an- cured olsht. hpyr'n for' six monihs in tho .veitr hours for the oU'.or Kngmccrs also gel In- A Dainty Display of Evening Slippers Many social fnncllona will now be in full and an opportunity to piirclia'ao Dainty Shoci for enlnj wear at bargain will lie welcomed by nil. On Friday and Saturday we are offering n great 'or less tlian half their orig- varlety of evening: shoes that were In many cases ira much ao per pa inal cost. Black Glace .Kid Tie Shoes, handsomely bead ed, n neal -jhoe; regular price 13.50 White Satin shoe. Regular f3.50............... S-Htnip Patent Shoes, ven' smartly beaded; regular So.50 Poplin Shoei in preity shades of. blue, grey and pink, in nearly all sizes; regular Cfl Vici Kid Strap Shoes, witli patent Cft vamp, regular Plain .Glace Kid Strap Shoei, re gitlar 6 Bargains in Real Wilton Rugs Sixet 9x10, 6, 9x12, to Never beforo has there been such drasiic culling of prices In the cm-pel department Wlllon niigi lltal. were formerly ?40 and !4r, have been reduced to a. little more than half. For beauty of desirn rlchnes-j of. coloring and ilnrablllly the Wilton Hug sl-.imls alone. See that yon get In qnlck'lv on these- the will be snapped at an early hour. ;